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08 September 2020
The Family Tree Academy Conference runs from 14 to 17 September and features a range of expert webinars on subjects including dating photographs, using DNA, and organising your family history.

Being run in association with Family Search and Treasured, the latest Family Tree Academy Conference is set to be held from 14 to 17 September right here on the website.

Three Family Tree webinars will be broadcast live during the conference, via Zoom Webinar, with registration costing just £10 for each in-depth session. In addition to the in-depth presentation, each webinar will also feature a Q&A session, giving you the chance to ask the experts about your own family history research.

The provisional programme includes:

Monday 14 September

11.30am - Discover how Treasured can help you showcase stories in your own virtual museum! 

Tuesday 15 September

11.30am – WEBINAR: Working with DNA for family history. Register now

Join us for Michelle Leonard’s online learning experience. This workshop is for you if you want to discover how to get the most out of your DNA results and use them to enhance your family tree.

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Wednesday 16 September

11.30am – WEBINAR: Setting up and keeping organised family history files. Register now

Join us for Jackie Depelle’s online learning experience. This workshop is for you if you want to discover ways to keep your family history files nice and organised.

Thursday 17 September

11.30am – WEBINAR: Dating and understanding Victorian family photos. Register now

Join us for Jayne Shrimpton's online talk on how to date and understand our Victorian family photos. Our family photos are some of our most precious family heirlooms. Not only are they objects to be cherished, they can also be extremely useful giving clues and insights into our ancestors' lives. In this online talk Jayne Shrimpton will cover the range of Victorian photos from ambrotypes and daguerrotypes, to Cabinet cards, cartes des visites and tin-types too.

Find out more about the Conference in our dedicated pages… we can't wait to see you!

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